HTC’s first smartwatch, is being developed in conjunction with Under Armour.
The latest rumours suggest the watch will ship with a shoe sensor and offer up to three days of battery life in between charges. The Taiwanese company is also expected to use its own software as opposed to adopting Android Wear.
Twitter user @Upleaks, claims it will have a 1.8-inch flexible display that’ll allow it to wrap around your wrist which will come in 3 different sizes. It’ll will also be dust- and water-resistant with IP57 certification, and it will have built-in Bluetooth, GPS, and an ST Micro STM32L151 processor. It will also be able to read notifications, control the phone camera and more.
But the biggest point is that it won’t run android wear. This means it will work not only on android but iOS. This is the same cross platform stance HTC took with its Re Camera.
Source – http://www.cultofandroid.com / @upleaks